It's Monday, and you all know
what that means.
Time to link up your modern sewing finishes!
I am very excited to share today's finish with you all. This spiderweb quilt has been in the works for a while now and it feels great to finally check this one off my WiP list.
Somehow I missed the boat on Momo's Wonderland when it was first released and unfortunately was never able to get my hands on any yardage. From the sidelines I watched lots and lots of fabulous projects pop up all over blogland and flickr using that fabulous fabric wishing I could get my hands on some.
Then one day, when I decided to stop at a tiny quilt store near by my home town, my lucked changed. There on the shelf sat 3 honey buns of Momo's Wonderland and I snatched them up. Since the honey bun strips were so narrow (1.5" wide) I decided to go with a traditional spiderweb using Oh Fransson!'s tutorial on Sew, Mama, Sew!
For the back, I used 5 left over blocks and framed them in Kona Coffee and paired it with Kona Candy Green. With such a busy quilt pattern, I went with simple straight line quilting on a diagonal.
I carried over the Kona Coffee from the back, and used it as the binding fabric.
I absolutely love this quilt! And if it weren't 90 degrees and humid out right now, I would be curled under it. :)
Name: Wonderland Spiderweb Quilt
Size: 52" x 62"
Pattern: Oh Fransson!'s Spiderweb Tutorial
Quilted by: Me
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